Just as 2020, this year will see almost every single one of us holidaying at home.
Forget the beaches of Spain (or be prepared for a panic rush to the airport), forget the roads of Germany and don't worry about that long road trip down to Italy.
The best thing to do is stay at home, take your car out of storage and hit the roads of the UK.
There are so many beautiful places to visit
But to get your engines revving here are our top 4 UK road trips.
Scotland: Glasgow to Inverness
Glasgow has had it tough during lockdown but we have 224 miles of beautiful Scotland, right on its doorstep, to lift the spirit.
Firstly, head out of Glasgow and hit the scenic roads to Loch Lomond via the A82. Now we always want to know that you have an eye on the road but also make sure you take time to enjoy the stunning views of the lake and the glens of the Trossachs.
Next, wind your way to Pilochry and through the Cairnwell Pass, the highest main road in the UK. Drop over the summit at the Glenshee Ski Centre and wind your way back down to the home of Highland Games, Braemer.
There is then time to witness the majesty of Balmoral castle before you reach your destination, Inverness.
If you fancy a ferry ride with your car journey then how about a short hop over to Northern Ireland where a a short 24 mile drive along the Northern Ireland coast awaits you.
The unmissable and 'not quite unsinkable' home of the Titanic is Belfast which is definitely worth a visit. The city has been transformed and is now a city that welcomes tourists to witness the change and be a part of its future.
Then jump in your car and head north along the A2.
You will almost feel as if you are driving on the sea itself, so close is the road to the water. Check those windsceen wipers are working before you set off as they may be needed if its wild day.
Enjoy the views, keep on going until you land at the huge swathe of sandy beach at Cushendall and the table-topped Lurigethan Mountain.
Great journey do not have to be long. In fact, you can take an epic trip in just 11 miles!!
Getting to this road is an experience in itself with roads that twist, turn and test the best of drivers.
But then nothing prepares you for the journey ahead.
Llanberis is a village at the foot of Snowdon where you can catch the 4.7-mile Mountain Railway to the summit of Wales’s highest peak. The other end the pass is where Sir Edmund Hillary stayed while training to climb Everest.
Your ears will pop, and you may even feel like you are jetting off on a plane this summer as the clouds will whip past you as if from a plane's window.